Mozilla got serious about security early this new year by banning potentially weak certificates created using the SHA-1 hashing function. Unfortunately, many security vendors still use SHA-1, so this browser update broke some things. If you’ve been affected by the Firefox changes, or are concerned with our products stance on SHA-1 certificates, watch today’s video.
Show note: Please excuse the slight audio problems in today’s episode due to a technical glitch.
(Episode Runtime: 3:05)
Direct YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNYfB738M0M
- Mozilla’s SHA-1 ban causes some security issues – Ars Technica
- Mozilla’s post on rolling back the SHA-1 ban – Mozilla
- WatchGuard’s note on 11.10.5’s updates certificates – WatchGuard